Cerruti 1881 AW13

A loftier shoulder and a lighter take on style signified Cerruti's cultured view

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Cerruti's AW13 collection riffed on 'sensual classicism' and subverted norms, 'an impalpably personal take on the art of putting oneself together'. Designer Aldo Maria Camillo's debut at the brand delves back into the house's codes, looking at founder Nino Cerruti's aesthetic and a cultured, nonchalant view on sartorial. For a masculine sense of grace, shoulders are important, the point from which clothes fall, drawing a slender line with staples such as the peacoat, duffle and hooded coats. His shirts? Replaced by polo neck sweaters.

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